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Old 07-29-2010, 02:15 PM   #31
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So if I understand this right...he had to pee, and that's what did him in?

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Probably having to start over after having to pee was the issue.
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Old 07-29-2010, 02:16 PM   #32
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Will the drama ever end with this guy?
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Old 07-29-2010, 02:16 PM   #33
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Probably having to start over after having to pee was the issue.
Yeah, seems that way.
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Old 07-29-2010, 02:18 PM   #34
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Well, AH may fairly be said to have displayed some baby-like qualities in the last few months, but I don't think he's quite a Brandon Marshall, although that's probably a minority opinion.
I don't see AH slicing himself up in a living room wrestling match that went through a glass entertainment center.
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I am so over this. Sounds like he will pass shortly.
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Old 07-29-2010, 02:38 PM   #36
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Re: Haynesworth fails conditioning test

I mean I dont want to defend Haynesworth in anyway, shape or form about this whole ordeal, because I cannot belive a guy who made that much money acts the way he does.... but I wouldnt be suprised if Shannahan was looking to fail him to prove a point.... because if it was two, 300 yard shuttle runs, that seems a little much for a defesnive linemen.
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Almost makes me think that his restroom break was a planned stunt. Show Shanahan that you're in great condition, but don't complete the drill, forcing Shanny to make the next move.
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Please trade this guy. I'm so tired of his HIgh School drama shit. It's like were watching redskins on MTV or something.
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If true, who cares? Did any other players fail the test?
The guy is a 340 pound immovable object, not a WR or DB.
They are worried he is going to get hurt because he cannot run a certain routine? Silly. Put him in and let him run over some of our OL. Then see who will get hurt.
Here, here.

Shanahan's ego really irks me. We get it. You have the authority to find a conditioning exercise to really push the limits of a 6'4" 315 lb human body. You can break him.

Keep up the good work, coach. Is the conditioning test the new polygraph?
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Un'fing-believable. That fat bastard should be sued and then released.
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Old 07-29-2010, 02:56 PM   #41
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Maybe it's become a battle of egos but again, all Haynesworth had to do was either participate with the team in the off-season or show up to camp in the best shape he's ever been and there wouldn't be a problem.

Shanahan (and Allen) is being tasked with changing the culture at Redskins Park from the past two years and restoring the winning tradition that's been lacking. If that means he has to be a dick about things every now and then, as long as it works in the end that's all that really matters to me
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Maybe it's become a battle of egos but again, all Haynesworth had to do was either participate with the team in the off-season or show up to camp in the best shape he's ever been and there wouldn't be a problem.

Shanahan (and Allen) is being tasked with changing the culture at Redskins Park from the past two years and restoring the winning tradition that's been lacking. If that means he has to be a dick about things every now and then, as long as it works in the end that's all that really matters to me
Undoubtably, it took two really stubborn people to create this mess. I don't think a closer offseason proximity would have made either less stubborn personally.

I think the best chance for this to work is for Albert to take to Haslett as a person and a coach he respects, and for Shanahan to stay the hell out of the way.

I also think the Skins DL coach could be a key factor in this, but I don't know very much about him (and even his name isn't coming to me off the top of my head).
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Jacob Burley, I think?
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Huh?

Haynesworth's conditioning has always been a problem.

It's about time somebody calls him out on it.
Right, but this wasn't about conditioning. Not for one second. It was about making Albert fail.

As a coaching technique, fine. May we all be without flaw of holding personal biases against players. As a conditioning exercise, stupid.
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